News Headlines - 16 August 2011

▽Phone hacking: News of the World reporter's letter reveals cover-up - The Guardian
Rupert Murdoch, James Murdoch and their former editor Andy Coulson all face embarrassing new allegations of dishonesty and cover-up after the publication of an explosive letter written by the News of the World's disgraced royal correspondent, Clive Goodman.

▽Clive Goodman's letter to News International - The Guardian
Letter from former royal correspondent convicted of phone hacking said practice was 'widely discussed' in daily meetings and approved by senior editors

▽Hacking was "widespread" at News of the World, ex reporter claims - Mirror.co.uk
A letter by “rogue” reporter Clive Goodman published yesterday alleges hacking was “widely discussed” at the paper when Mr Coulson was editor.
Mr Coulson, who became Prime Minister David Cameron’s communications director, has always denied he knew about the practice.

▽Facebook riot post pair jailed - Sky News
Two men have been jailed for four years after pleading guilty to inciting disorder via social networking sites - the longest sentences so far.

▽National Student Survey: one-in-10 'dissatisfied' with degree - Telegraph.co.uk
Almost one-in-10 final year undergraduates said courses were not good enough...
It also emerged that Cambridge outscored Oxford to be named the top mainstream university.







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